Category Archives: First Nations

Montreal’s Inter-Tribal Youth Centre closes indefinitely

Montreal’s Inter-Tribal Youth Centre closes indefinitely Sign the petition.

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Attawapiskat resident reveals history of abuse

Cycles of violence. Jocelyn Iahtail, a former resident of Attawapiskat, is now coming forward with personal recollections of abuse. http://edmonton.ctv.ca/servlet/an/local/CTVNews/20111213/attawapiskat-resident-reveals-sex-abuse-111213/20111213/?hub=EdmontonHome  

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Kim Pate versus C10

Most people in jail are considered non-violent, by police and correctional authorities. In order to prevent more men, women, and especially children, from being marginalized, victimized, criminalized and imprisoned, Canadians are telling us and politicians that they would rather see … Continue reading

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Attawapiskat

Dealing with comments about Attawapiskat Image from:  http://creekside1.blogspot.com/2011/12/attawapiskat-vs-gazebos.html

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Postcards

Created at Crossing Communities Art Project in 2008 with Jessica MacCormack

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It could get worse…. (STOP CRIME BILL C-10)

It could get worse It could get worse (facebook)

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Why the B.C. Missing Women’s Commission of Inquiry fails

“The inquiry is replicating the very same dismissive attitude and the same patterns of systemic marginalization that it is supposed to address.” It is more comfortable to dehumanize and judge women living in the DTES, to rob them of their … Continue reading

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